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gets real interesting if another ace or 7 is cut.......4 7's and an ace is 24...........3 7's and 2 aces are 20 pts..can you tally them up.......
2 questions..........if you make a 31 for 2 on the last card played in a hand for 2 points do you also get an additional point for last card played for a total of 3 points.............also do get nobs in the kiddie/crb...........eg you hold the jack of diamonds in your kiddie and the card that was cut is also a diamond..i play a computer game and the computer always gives nobs if it is in your hand but I have noticed if it is in the crib it scores it sometimes and sometime s not,,,,,,,cannot figure out why it does this.....send me an email please
15, unless the jack and cut 9 are the same suit.
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What about the points for "31"?
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I would speculate this is 3 teams of two, similar to 2v2 cribbage. What I don't know is what would happen to the crib. In 2v2 you are dealt 5 cards and throw one in the crib so the crib also has 4 cards. In 2v2v2, how many cards are dealt and how is the crib formed?
That hand is 20 points.
Two ways to make 8+7=15 for 4 points
Four ways to make a 789 run for 12 points
And the two pairs for 4 points.
You have three ways to make 9+6=15  that's 6 points.
And you have three distinct pairs of 6's  another 6 points.
Total = 12.
Wow, 7+1 cards. That variant must make for very quick games. Anyway...
I see:
6 ways to make 4+5+6=15 for 12 pts
6 ways to make 10+5=15 for 12 pts
5+5+5=15 for 2 pts
6 ways to make a 456 run for 18 pts
Pair of 4's = 2 pts
Three 5's = 6 pts
Total = 52 unless I missed something. Not used to scoring with so many cards!
That hand id worth 24 points.
4 ways to make 8+7=15 = 8 pts
4 ways to make a 678 run = 12 pts
Two pairs = 4 pts
15 or 16, depending whether the turned 9 is the same suit as your Jack.
Three runs of 910J = 3x3 = 9 pts
Three 9's = 6 pts
We play this all the time:  flip cards; highest two play against the other three. Deal four to each and four for a crib. The twomember team always gets the crib. This means they have an equal number of hands to count  two hands and one crib, vs the threemember team, who still has three hands to count. Works very well and makes for a highly competitive game. Scores can be very tight!!
My wife had A, 2, 3, 4 off suit and the cut was a 5. I said she scored 5 points and she is saying she scored 9. What is the correct scoring of this?
We recently came across this scenario playing threehanded cribbage. While pegging:
Player 1 played a 6.
Player 2 played a 8.
Player 3 payed a 7 and pegged three points for the run.
Player 1 then played a 6. Does he get to peg three points for a second run of three?
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Not sure what game you are playing. Cribbage is played with 6 cards two of which go into crib and a starter card is cut.
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6 Player cribbage is a lot of fun. Basically, you can play it two ways. You can have three sets of twoperson teams, or you can have 6 individual players playing all for themselves (cutthroat). Either way, the play is the same. We find it more fun to play as teams. So here are the rules: The Dealer and the player to the Dealer's LEFT, will ONLY get 4 cards and will NOT discard into the crib. All other players will get five cards and will discard one into the crib. Play then is carried out like normal doubles. Player to the left of the dealer plays first and rotates clockwise. It is important that your two people pegging are paying attention, as they have to peg their hands and their teammates as well.
Keith that hand is 20. You have two fifteens and a double double run of 16 for 20
8, 8, 7, 7, turn card is 6
29’s 28’s and a 7
You have 4 fifteens for 8 points, and two pair for an additional 4.